C: Practice

20 June

(6am CET, GMT+2)


C0.1 Keynote Address: THE PROBIOTIC PLANET: USING LIFE TO MANAGE LIFE
Jamie Lorimer

C0.2 Keynote Address: MOUNTAINS AND DESIRE
Margret Grebowicz


Presentations

C1 PISHKU: SCIENCE, ART, AND EDUCATION IN THE CONTEXT OF THE SIXTH MASS EXTINCTION
Ana María Guerra

C2 IN THE NATURAL APIARY
Michał Krawczyk

C3 PRACTICING CONTAMINATION THROUGH VEGETARIAT: ON THE FORMS OF RESISTANCE THROUGH THE CRACKS OF WOUNDED AGENCY
Agnieszka Anna Wołodźko

C4 ORGANIC PLANT PHOTOGRAPHY AND POSTHUMOUS INTIMACIES
Magdalena Zamorska

C5 CREATIVE DESTRUCTION AND CYCLES OF EXTINCTION: NECROPRENEURSHIP IN JURASSIC WORLD EVOLUTION
Michael Fuchs

C6 (RE)SITUATING THE ANTHROPOCENE. MORE-THAN-HUMAN KNOWLEDGE IN ARTISTIC PRACTICES
Justyna Stępień

C7 PAINTING SEVERED WOUNDS: LOSING HEADS, NATURES MORTES, EMOJIS AND FINDING BODIES IN THE ANTHROPOCENE
Rachel Magdeburg

C8 ECOLOGICAL CONCERNS AND COSMOTECHNICS AS READ THROUGH WORKS IN ARKEN’S COLLECTION
Anne Kølbæk Iversen

C9 WHATEVER THE CITY IS MADE OF. ARCHITECTURAL IMAGINARIES FOR A NEW URBAN MORPHOLOGY
Johanna Mehl

C10 RUSSIAN FERATIONS: TOXIC CARTOGRAPHY OF POST-SOVIET FERAL POLITICS
Post Lab: Ekaterina Nikitina, Nikita Sazonov, Ippolit Markelov

C11 CAN SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES HARNESS MEANINGFUL INTERCULTURAL RELATIONSHIPS OFFLINE?
Lourdes Zamanillo

C12 SOUND AGENCY IN THE CONTEXT OF ACOUSTIC ECOLOGY AND TIMOTHY MORTON’S HYPEROBJECTS
Przemysław Degórski

C13 UNTAMED AND UNNAMED: WOMEN WHO REWILD WOLVES
Paulina Szymonek

C14 REINVENTING FEMINIST CARE IN PANDEMIC TIMES
Miriam Tola

C15 QEERING THE WOUND. ZOEPHILIC FIGURATIONS OF NONHUMAN LIFE AS TOOLS FOR RETHINKING DEATH
Ally Bishop

C16 LOST AND DAMAGED: HOW MEMORIES OF THE FUTURE CAN HELP US OVERCOME POST-EXTRACTIVIST STRESS DISORDER?
Lena Dobrowolska & Teo Ormond -Skeaping


Workshop

C17 ART2: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN ARTISTIC PERFORMANCE
Piotr Mirowski
Kory Mathewson